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Jemmy Hirst at the Rose and Crown, Rawcliffe - pub details

Address: Riverside, Rawcliffe, Goole, East Yorkshire, DN14 8RN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3531) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Rawcliffe (0.9 miles), Snaith (2.8 miles), Goole (4.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 8.7/10 (rated by 10 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Royal Oak, Rawcliffe (0.1 miles), Creykes Arms, Rawcliffe (0.2 miles)


user reviews of Jemmy Hirst at the Rose and Crown, Rawcliffe

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CAMRA's Yorkshire Pub of the Year 2012 - an award thoroughly deserved (it was 3rd last year and 2nd the year before). Beer superb quality and great choice, always a dark beer for example. Locals welcoming, a true village community pub.
altpib - 17 Oct 2011 21:13
There are now a total of 5 cask beers always on offer! TT Landlord and 4 others, one of which will be a dark variety, and usually at least one, of above average potency.
Some directions to find the Jemmy Hirst:
St James Church is in the middle of Rawcliffe Green, kind of hard to miss. Immediately outside the front of the Church is a brick-built Bus shelter, opposite which is the entrance to Bell Lane. Go down to the very end of Bell Lane, and turn Left. The Pub is about 200 metres further on.
whitegold - 31 Oct 2010 13:06
My last review said that the Jemmy "had gone from strength to strength" and I'm pleased to say that my synopsis has not changed a bit.

This pub must be visited by anyone into supporting the survival of one the last remaining British community institutions - the pub!

Why, oh why, doesn't this site offer an "11" rating?

Enjoy and cheers!
Hophead - 26 Jan 2008 18:21
Just to reiterate how good this pub is.

Not easy to find in the dark though!

Landlord, Deuchars, Fyne's Maverick and Adnam's Old Ale were on.

I chose the Old and the Maverick and they were both in tiptop condition as expected.

Some interesting bookshelves around a real fireplace, complete with model sailing ship on mantlepiece.

Maverick was the 1072nd beer they have had on in just over three years.

Next time I will go by train and relatively inexpensive bus ( so the landlady told me! )
garydenton - 22 Nov 2007 15:46
Smashing, proper pub. Always four ales on and always in tip-top condition. Often a porter or stout for those who like the dark! Friendly couple run it, friendly punters use it. Lots of village activities, walking trips etc. Wish I didn't have to drive there!!
alanl - 12 Jul 2006 21:55

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